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Day Job Killer Preview — From $0 to $1,000,000

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I’ve recently stumbled upon a popular ebook that promises to get rid of day jobs, forever. The first question I asked was, “What about people that work night shifts?” Apparently, they’re out of luck and this book doesn’t apply to them. The book, Day Job Killer, comes with an incredibly long presell page chocked full of testimonials, proof of payments, and claims of going from an online of income of $0 to over $1,000,000 in just twelve measly months. Now, I’ve seen some pretty pathetic attempts at selling in my day, but this one takes the cake.

“From you to $1,000,000 in twelve short months, but why am I giving everything away to get my message out to people like you?”

I went from your seat to mine in less than a year: from zero to seven figures in twelve short months.

It’s time for me to lead you along the path that I had taken…
from painful, stinging losses to seven figure freedom

The author would have been better off if he took a video of himself on his hands and knees begging for the readers to buy his book. I feel that it would have been much more effective.

Another thing that annoys me about this presell is the fact that nearly every paragraph ends with three periods… As if the author is talking from dark spooky woods… And he’s revealing a secret… That will change the world… and everyone alive… forever…

Alright buddy, cut the crap and give the details on how I can become a millionaire in 12 months. I only read halfway down the presell page before I realized I was reading the same information rehashed again and again. In fact, at one point I could have sworn he copied and pasted a paragraph two or three times.

I finally reached the end and I was granted with this lovely surprise:

You can buy the Day Job Killer top-secret package for $197 $147 the discounted price of $97

Of course it’s been discounted twice and $100 has been knocked off of it. It wouldn’t be a popular ebook if that didn’t happen. Either way, after reading the incredibly long presell page, I came to realize that I’m pathetic, wasting my life away, and I’m never going to become a millionaire until I purchased this book. So, I did what every red blooded American would do and I bit the bullet and purchased the $97 ebook. It comes at a hefty price, but since I’m going to be making upwards of $1,000 a day, $97 is a small price to pay for success.

I will start reading the book today and will keep everyone updated on my progress.

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  1. If their web sites are any indication of what’s in the book, you’re probably right. I hold it as a truism that the longer a sales pitch, the more decorated it is, the weaker the product. Have you seen Google’s sales pitch page? Oh, that’s right! They don’t need one! Stay tuned for Steve’s review of “Day Job Killer,” whose site oozes testosterone and used-car salesman cologne.

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  2. Hi – I’m pretty new to your site….thought I would comment on the ebook – seen those b4 go on..and on…and on…and on..and they never do say what there selling – buying or whatever…just say same thing over and over…me thinks it “HOT AIR”

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  3. As if the page weren’t already obnoxious enough, it features a pop-up that drops right onto the text you’re trying to read. Not even my Firefox pop-up blocker catches it. That kind of in-your-face marketing is a huge turnoff to me.

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